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Upside Down

Upside Down My partner and I are very compatible. However, we are very much un-alike. I am older than he so, of course, I consider myself smarter. When I am a little too smug in my superiority, he can always … Continue reading

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Waist-Watcher

If we are home in the evening and not going out, we usually watch the evening news programs after which we watch some quiz shows or watch a movie on DVD. Regardless of our activity, at 8:00, we stop for … Continue reading

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Fighting Squirrel-dom

I love growing flowers, and I prefer growing them from seeds. The problem is that about the time the seedlings are showing promise, they are buried as squirrels dig for acorns nearby. Although I have tried all sorts of foils–sticks, … Continue reading

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The Kooky Cooker

I grew up in Clinton, South Carolina, speaking the southern dialect of that southern state. Of course, at the time of my learning, my language and pronunciation sounded just like everyone else’s until I spent a summer in Lake George, … Continue reading

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Dealing with the “Blues”

When my computer is down, I am down. I am frustrated and flustered. I sit in my computer chair staring at the empty space on my desk where “it” sits. This latest absence was caused first by the failure of … Continue reading

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From One to Another (Mission Impossible)

I live in peace so long as my computer is working. Unlike cell phones (which I can live without), I depend on my computer entirely too much. When my computer is down, I am down. Recently, I learned that a … Continue reading

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Movies are Worse Than Ever

Remember when TV first started, and the movie industry feared television would take over and eliminate the drive for people to go to the movies? I do. The industry created 3-D, CinemaScope, wide-screen and eventually surround sound, all gimmicks to … Continue reading

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